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VTT Apocalypse Campaign Maps Volume I

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Overview:  This is a collection of 23 high quality maps spanning 16 locations for your apocalyptic game setting using VTT software.  42 maps in all!  Day and night versions are included for all but 4 of these locations (one is located underground).


NOTE:  Some of these maps have already been sold as a bonus VTT map included with the purchase of each of the APOCALYPSE line of battle maps from Stoneworker Cartography.  If you've already purchased all or most of those battle maps, then you probably have most of the maps found in this collection.  So please consider this before you purchase.  However, there are 6 previously unreleased map locations, night versions of the Battle Map VTT maps, and some of the Battle Map versions have been updated from their original release.


Included Map Locations:


  • Outpost Raven Watch, levels 1-3
  • Raider Camp, levels 1 & 2
  • Wasteland Ruins I
  • Wasteland Ruins II
  • Wasteland Ruins III
  • Wasteland Ruins IV
  • Wasteland Ruins V
  • The El Rey Motel
  • The Ancient Military Bunker, levels 0-4
  • Wasteland Warzone I
  • UNRELEASED!  The One Gun Saloon
  • UNRELEASED!  City Streets
  • UNRELEASED!  Shanty Town:  The Longshot Saloon 
  • UNRELEASED!  Shanty Town:  The Garage
  • UNRELEASED!  Shanty Town:  The House
  • UNRELEASED!  The Roadside


Keep an eye out for another set of APOCALYPSE Campaign Maps for your VTT software in the future!

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Check out all of Stoneworker Cartography's products:

Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  The El Rey Motel Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  Ancient Military Bunker Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  Wasteland Ruins I Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  Wasteland Ruins II Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  Wasteland Ruins III Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  Raider Camp Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  Wasteland Warzone I Battle Maps APOCALYPSE:  Outpost Raven Watch
Battle Maps APOCALYPSE: Wasteland Ruins IV Preview of The One Gun Saloon Battle Maps MODERN:  The El Rey Motel Battle Maps MODERN:  Parking Lot & City Streets Battle Maps MODERN:  Rodney's Cocktail Lounge Battle Maps MODERN:  The Gas 'n Grub Convenience Store Battle Maps MODERN:  Modern Home I Battle Maps MODERN:  Faze Nightclub
Battle Maps MODERN:  Modern Home II Battle Maps FANTASY:  The City Block Battle Maps FANTASY:  The Destroyed Command Center Battle Maps FANTASY:  The Haunted Manor House Battle Maps FANTASY:  The Crypt Battle Maps FANTASY:  Bridge & Towers Battle Maps FANTASY:  The Cave System Battle Maps FANTASY:  The Dragon's Lair
Battle Maps FANTASY:  The Galleon Preview of The Homestead VTT Campaign Maps Volume I Map Props: Modern Vehicles Vol. I VTT Apocalypse Campaign Maps Volume I

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Luis C December 28, 2016 4:56 am UTC
Do these maps contain a grid? The preview small maps don't contain one, and the free vtt maps sample maps contain grid, I'm confused :S
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Lanndon B December 28, 2016 5:55 am UTC
Hi Luis,

No, this time I didn't put a grid on the maps. VTT software like Roll20 and Fantasy Grounds allows you to create your own grid within the software, so what I did was place a size reference box that says 5' inside of it, which you can use with your software to accurately size the grid on the maps. Every 25 pixels = 5 feet of game space, so if you're not using these maps in a VTT software package, you can use that as a reference point to create your own grid. Please let me know if that doesn't help. I would have placed the grid this time, but the feedback I've gotten over the last few years seems to indicate most buyers don't want a grid on the VTT maps. So it seemed to me to be a waste of time with this package, since it's strictly VTT maps, and no printable battlemaps were included.

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Luis C December 28, 2016 4:17 pm UTC
Thanks, Lanndon for the quick answer! I was hoping they had no grid, so I just got them when I read your reply. I like them a lot, but think the name labels are bothersome because they are very big, maybe the black border is too much, and in my opinion they take some play space. The size reference box is very useful though, and subtle! I already had the bigger version of most of these maps except the ones that haven't been released yet, but I wanted to have them at least on a smaller version so far, I hope their full size version are available soon.

One quick observation, I don't want to be a pain in the XXX, because I really love your maps: Wasteland V Ruins still has a grid.

Thanks again! Cheers from Ecuador.

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Lanndon B December 28, 2016 4:43 pm UTC
Hi Luis,

Great suggestions and I'll keep them in mind for the future. Going back and redoing each map to reduce the titles would be an awful lot of work, but in the future I'll try to do something different. I did try to keep them away from any major features of the maps though. I will definitely fix the grid issue with Wasteland Ruins V tonight though. Thank you for letting me know and for the excellent feedback!

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